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Synonyms for prosper

to do or fare well

Synonyms for prosper

make steady progress

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It would be flying in the face of the Almighty that's prospered him.
Was it that deep down, somewhere pushed back in the black recesses of the soul, there was the thought lurking that if Charles prospered in his wooing then Harold Denver would still be free?
Practically isolated from the rest of the world, the Fire People must have here lived and prospered for a long time.
However, he found moose plentiful, and he and his dogs prospered on the meat diet.
This was his little vacation; he had resolved to devote it to rest and love, and in both matters he prospered.
Her husband's death left her a rich and lonely widow; by day and night alike, a prisoner in her room; wasted by disease, and having but two interests which reconciled her to life--writing poetry in the intervals of pain, and paying the debts of a reverend brother who succeeded in the pulpit, and prospered nowhere else.
Rose leaned where she was, and fell to thinking how many good times she had had lately, for the gardening had prospered finely, and she was learning to swim and row, and there were drives and walks, and quiet hours of reading and talk with Uncle Alec, and, best of all, the old pain and ennui seldom troubled her now.